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53-Years-Old Man Was Killed in Gori

10.02.2017
 
Lado Bitchashvili, Shida Kartli

On February 7, a man was killed in Shindisi Avenue in Gori. The 53-years-old man was killed by knife. He was taxi-driver but according to the investigation the motive of the murder was not related with his work; the dead person and the suspect had conflict. 

According to the press-center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the investigation identified the suspect and necessary measures are taken to arrest him. According to the spread information, the suspect in the murder is 22-years-old young man. The investigation was started under Article 108 of the Criminal Code of Georgia, premeditated murder.

For the past one month, it was second murder in Gori. On January 15, the brother of the businessman Boria Gogichaishvili was killed in the center of the city. The investigation into the accident was launched under the article of premeditated murder. The MIA has not yet arrested the suspect in the murder of Guram Gogichaishvili. 

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